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was released if he was kept in scotland. why? afghanistan, obama called everything under the sun an emergency, including healthcare, but took sweet time making a decision in afghanistan where the boys are under fire. iran, the nuclear summit focussed on america and russia reducing nuclear arsenals but iran north korea weren't there. the white house said they didn't matter. what? u.s. energy consumption. obama wants to reduce our consumption, cap our oil wells, yet he has no interest in getting china to reduce their consumption. america is actively loaning money to other countries to expand their oil exploration. that doesn't make sense. the facts are this president has surrounded himself with anti-free market marxist who don't like the american system and they want to change it. but to say that isn't exactly right. some people and i said this, too, what? a year-and-a-half ago. that it's race based. that wasn't true either. searching for answers. the question is why would he do that? how could it benefit the president to collapse the system or somehow or another make us a third world nation? t
. >> that's how they treat him says the president. mr. obama exhausts organized labor. he fumes at republican opponents and their alleged negativism. >> yes, we can. remember that was our slogan? their slogan is, no we can't. [ laughter ] nope, no. no. >> 50 days to go in the name of the game is blame. blame the opponent. keep the focus on him. for the incumbent president, the strategy is offensive. blast the republicans. the party of no. >> when it comes to just about everything we've done to strengthen our middle class, to rebuild our economy, almost every republican in congress says no. >> as a punitive positive yes merger, embraced by the democrats, mr. obama calls for $50 billion of new spending. infrastructure on roads, bridges, runways, but spread over many years and fully paid for, but how the $50 billion would be produced was not explained. this was not a stimulous proposal and chance of passing congress seemed to be minus zero. on thursday, the president called for other money measures, including investment tax credits, emphasizing restriction development, the cost
that took place on our soil. we absorbed and we are stronger. >> president obama said that to bob woodward and now some critics are saying it indicates he's not fully committed to preventing future terrorist attacks. mr. woodward will be here to respond: >> who is this guy? >> i have no idea. >> do you know who this is. >> i have no idea. >> john stossel says some americans should not vote. they're too dumb. stossel will explain. >> the obama administration continues to drop missiles on suspected terrorists even as the aclu and others try to get that strategy outlawed. is it legal? has been investigated? caution, you are about to enter the "no spin zone." "the factor" begins right now. >>> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thank you for watching. president obama and war, that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. there's a lively debate about how committed barak obama is to defeating terrorism. some of his critics say he's not nearly aggressive enough in fighting our enemies. but the obama administration is badly damaged al-qaeda and the taliban by using drone missile attacks. in fact
alone. >> question, does president obama have an exit strategy for afghanistan? pat buchanan? >> he does not. they are moving away from the mid 2011 deadline from the beginning of withdrawal of troops to show we are committed for a longer period of time. john, the problem is, we can't win the war with the forces we have in there. everybody knows it. however, the country is divided. the administration is divided. they don't want to lose this war and have the taliban execute. they don't want to keep bleeding the country either. they have a real problem inin this sense. the liberal ring of the democratic party is moving away from the administration and there's a small antiwar conservative movement that is growing in the media and on capitol hill. so we are coming to a head in december when they had the december review of afghanistan. >> eleanor. >> i don't think they are working away from the july 2011 to begin exiting and they have a review planned for the end of december. and general patraeus, in the should remember short time he has been over there, they are empowering the neighb
americans against president obama. bernie will be here. >> they talk about me like a dog. it's true. >> ♪ who let the dogs out who who ♪ >> and dennis miller wants to weigh in on the president being treated like a dog. miller will be barking and biting this evening. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the imam behind the 9/11 mosque speaks out and that is subject of this evening's talking points memo writing in "the new york times" today. imam rauf says that the islamic center located near ground zero will proceed but he will make public who is funding it? imam says the community center is a symbol of tolerance and it shows america accepts all religions. he makes some good points. also he doesn't come across as beligerent or unreasonable at all but with all due respect, he is making one very large mistake. right now, there are more than 100 mosques in new york city so there's no religious tolerance issue here. or in most other parts of america. there is, however, a big r
dangerously. from last labor day t to,his barack obama has governed like there's no tomorrow. he's going after his bucket list like there's no tomorrow. fight or flight? can obama's people get voted to the polls warning of a republican reign of terror? and finally, the 2012 starting gate. our first in the country look at the morning line on the top candidates out to take on the president. hi, i'm chris matthews. welcome to the show. with us today, "newsweek"'s howard fineman. msnbc's norah o'donnell, the "atlanta journal constitution"'s cynthia tucker and "time" magazine's michael duffy. first up, labor day is the official kickoff of the fall campaign. what a difference a year makes. this week last year, barack obama spoke to a joint session of congress to try to upgrade his popularity after a very tough august, getting beat up in those health care town halls. >> the time for bickers -- bickering is over. the time for games has passed. now is the time to deliver on health care. chris: that was the night a republican congressman called him a liar. by year's end, the white house was getting poun
summer, president obama ripped the republican party as we move toward the fall election, but are the folk buying his blame the g.o.p. strategy? >> we haven't talked about the elephant in the room and i don't mean the republicans, race obama's election has suddenly made many white americans aware of the loss of a white majority. >> some on the far left are blaming whites for the angst in america. we'll examine why progressives are playing the race card. >> we realize this action would probably offend muslims just like i'm offended when they burn the bible or they burn the american flag. >> anti-muslim pastor in florida wants to burn a bunch of korans on the anniversary of 9/11. we'll tell you everything you need to know about this man's scheme to insult muslims and the reaction to it. and scooter libby speaks. he'll be here in a factor exclusive. caution, you are about to enter not spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ monday monday hi, i'm monica crowley in tonight for bill o'reilly. thank you for watching us. bill will be back tomorrow with an all-star line up. well, we are a natio
right now. >> larry: tonight, bob woodward and president obama's wars on the battlefield and in the back rooms. the commander in chief shares his fears about a nuclear assault. says america could absorb another terror attack. and rips into pakistan. revealing it all and more. to the journalist who takes us inside the oval office. why do presidents keep talking to bob woodward? we'll find out next on "larry king live." >> let me say he's an old and valued friend. we go back many moons than we both care to say. he's the associate editor of "the washington post." number one "new york times" best several and number one on amazon. "obama's wars" published by simon and schuster. thanks for being with us as always. >> thank you. >> larry: this has a double meeting, this title, does it not? >> it does. it's specifically the war in afghanistan, which is, of course, the war that obama adopted in the campaign and said he would take seriously and add troops, which he's done. it's also the war within the administration, particularly between the white house and the military. and they have different vi
to majority status. pledge to america has 21 plags of promises, many a direct slap at president obama. democrats were quick to respond today. correspondent shannon bream looks at the fine print of the pledge. >> washington has made the problem worse. >> reporter: today, republican leaders vowed if they retake the majority of the seats in the house november 2, that will change. outlined in the pledge to america, beefing up the national security can, repealing healthcare legislation and reigning in government size and spending. >> this president and this congress put this nation on the road to bankruptcy and they're pressing down on the accelerator. time to press on the break and put us back on the road to recovery and opportunity. >> reporter: republicans say they plan to do that by putting a hard cap on discretionary spendtures and taking -- expenditures and taking weekly vote on spending. also on the agenda, adhering to constitutional limits on congress and winning back the trust of the electorate. >> when republicans were in charge of congress, we made our fair share of mistakes. i
or a guide to governing. and with obama care kicking in, the president is trying to sell it to the american people. will the topic prove tough for the democrats this november and a boost from the left as al gore's movie director takes on the teacher unions. will d.c. chancellor michelle reed be their latest victim? welcome to the journal, editorial report, i'm paul gigot. house republicans unveiled their so-called pledge to america this week, calling it a governing agenda. they plan to pursue if they reagenda control of congress in november. the pledge includes proposals to permanently extend all the bush era tax cuts, including those for high earners, and give small business owners a 20% tax deduction on their income. canceled all unspent stimulus funds and roll back spending to pre-stimulus and pre-bailout levels and repeal obama care. replace it with proposals that include limits on malpractice lawsuits among other things. the pledge is widely seen as an effort to do what the republicans did when they won the house in 1994, with a contract with america. so, will it work? joining the pane
. first, 45% strongly disapprove of the job president obama is doing. 35% strongly approve. but personally, this situation is reverse. 47% of likely voters say they
at the altar? should a presided lea the charge against his foes? is it cool for barack obama to go face to face with the tea party set or does it help bring him down? finally, commander in chief. the book reveals president obama rejected the push for a wider war in afghanistan. they wanted in, he wanted a way out. hi, i'm chris matthews. welcome to the show. with us today is john heilemann, cynthia tucker, nbc's norah o'donnell and "the washington post" michael gerson. with barely five weeks left before democrats may lose the congress, president obama is trying to fire up the people who sent him but have lost faith. some presidents were the same politicians in office as they were running for office. f.d.r. was, reagan was, clinton was. a moment this week showed the contrast between president obama and president clinton. with barack obama, recall how george bush 41 suffered in comparison to clinton in the 1992 town hall debate when a voter asked a feel your pain question. >> how has the national debt personally affected each of your lives? and if it hasn't, how can you find a cure for the econom
rabinowitz >> this week, president obama hits the campaign trail. and is it enough to change the debate heading into noember? and democrats are distancing anemselves from the president d speaker pallosi and even the policies, will 2 wok? and even nineyeas after the t9-11 attacks, has america overreacted to the terro threa threat? some seem to think so. welcome to the journal, editorial report. i'm paul gigot. 12 months and stimulus later, president obama has discovered the virtue of tax cuts. this week, the president promised a $180 billion plan that includes a credit and tax write-off for businesses that invest in equipment before 2011. do his proposals go far enough and will they change the debate going into the midterm? the deputy editor and columnist. lld steve moore, so steve,in you've been telling me all weekh that y like this presidential proposal. why is it different. and how is it different than what he promised before and how is it better? >> the intesting thing that i like this week, i do like some ofthe ideas, for example the allowing businesses to write off allow
obama and his secretary of state, hillary clinton. >> i know the decision to sit at this table was not easy. we understand the suspicion and skepticism that so many feel, born out of years of conflict and frustrated hopes. >> the israelis and palestinians admit the talks will be difficult. netanyahu said painful concessions and -- concessions are required from both sides >> people from israel, and i as the prime minister, are prepared to walk this road and to go a long way, a long way in a short time. to achieve a genuine peace that will bring our people security, prosperity, and good neighbors. >> president abbas restated his conditions for the talks. one central command is the halt to the construction of jewish settlements. but abbas said both sides know it is needed and expressed confidence that a deal could be reached. the two leaders are to meet again on september 14, and every fortnight thereafter as they see a final peace deal with than a year. >> i spoke earlier to our washington correspondent and asked him more about what had been discussed and how the middle east lead
democratic leaders with a nt to rebrand the extension of the bush tax cuts to call them the obama tax cuts for the middle class. what about that? >> well, if we had sat here a year and a half ago and one of us had said to the other, that democrats at this stage would be wanting to rebrand the bush tax cuts and continue them and cal them the obama tax cuts we'd have both fallen out of our chairs laughing. these are people who opposed the tax cuts when they were passed. they want to extend them or the a least the largest piece of them, but want barack obama's name on it. bret, it doesn't get any better than this. >> bret: all right. brit, thank you. retail sales rose in august 4/10 of a percentage point the largest amount in five months, the dow lost 17 1/2 today. s&p 500 dropped about one. nasdaq finished up 4. the american combat troops are out of iraq. now, one congressional office wants to get your money out, too. and are you getting your money's worth out of public schools? many people think the answer is no. and word is people reale our claims service. gecko: 'specially the auto repair
shall see you next time. america. >> president obama tries to fire up a youth vote five weeks ahead of the november mid terms and brit hume tells about a new and risky strategy by the white house to pump out the turnout and ramps up endeavors to kill ill m tennants inside afghanistan. who they are. and live from the studio in washington. this is special report the. good evening, i'm bret baier. the white house decided that youth must be served and democrats must be shamed. we have fox team coverage of the administration's latest push for the mid terms. brit hume has analysis of democratic leaders tough love for democratic voters. we begin with wendell goler on the latest efforts to overcome what's being called the enthusiasm gap. >> in a back yard economy discussion in albuquerque, president obama showed a glimpse of frustration in the fall elections. >> that's choices are going to mean something and you've got to ask yourself what direction do i want this country to go in. >> across the country at penn state university, vice-president biden was all, but apologizing for expressing h
. >> this is guilt by association. we play this game with obama. >> bill: what is rauf guilty of. >> you say hangs around with because he has an association with somebody who has got a crazy idea he has cuckoo for cocoa puffs. truther stuff, i agree. that doesn't make rauf a signatory to that. >> bill: all right. well, you define the issue. what does it make imam rauf if he starts a foundation, a muslim siding with the man -- poor judge of character? >> you can have associations with all kinds of people with different points of view and stuff than you do. >> bill: i would never be in business with a 9/11 truther. >> you should not be smeared with the belief of everybody who has a crazy idea with whom you may do business. >> take imam at his own word and not talk about the association. he refuses to condemn hamas as a terrorist organization. >> did he condemn it. >> accessory to 9/11. he talks about the united states having so much innocent muslim blood on its hands, more so than any muslim country. he refuses to cite the united states as a liberator of millions of muslims whether we are talking ku
can we do for you? >> and now "bbc world news." >> this is "gmt" on "bbc world news." barack obama and the the combat missions in iraq, saying it was time to sort out challenges at home. tough words on how the cost of war hurt the american economy. >> we spent $1 trillion on by bg overseas, shortchanging investment in our own people and contributing to record deficits. >> the sweet taste election victory, the journey of tony blair, including the bitter memories. >> whether i regret the decision, you cannot, you have to take responsibility but you cannot regret the decision. >> the breakdown of palestinian leaders threatened by the murder of israeli settlers. hello, welcome to "gmt." years ago, when george bush invaded iraq, he said it would unlocked the middle east peace process. now it is up to barack obama, the man that opposed that war, to prove the point. he declared an end to combat operations in iraq and tomorrow, thursday, he will oversee direct talks between israelis and palestinians for the first time in years. laura? >> barack obama campaign to end what he called a rash m
.m. on the primetime edition of "rick's list." here now, "the situation room" with wolf blitzer. >>> president obama trying to win over voters with a list in his pocket. the reason he's still trying to explain his christian beliefs. the health of america's kids caught in a food fight right now. will michelle obama win at the expense of fellow democrats and advocates for the poor. >>> and the evidence against u.s. soldiers accused of murder. it's threatening to explode worldwide and the pentagon may be scrambling down to avoid an international embarrassment. we're following up on the shocking allegations that troops in afghanistan killed for sport. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room. >>> up first this hour, this coming in to the situation room, republicans going to extraordinary new links to try to play the ethics card against democrats with five weeks to go before the congressional election, the gop members of the house ethics committee are standing together and speaking out about the charges of charlie ran gal and maxine waters. let's go to dana bash to find out what's going on. what i
here. president obama won this state handily two years ago but republicans are leading at the moment in the races for governor, senate and this state is also critical to republican hopes of seizing control of the house of representatives. we will show you tonight up close why at the moment republicans are so confident and what democrats and their allies here are trying to do to limit the damage. one of those allies is organized labor which today staged its annual labor day parade and in the week ahead, begins a multimillion-dollar effort to keep union households in the democratic column. >>> but first the national picture and fresh evidence tonight of the republican tide and a feisty labor day counter attack from president obama. new cnn polling gives republicans a seven-point edge when voters asked which party they will support for congress this year. the white house knows a gap that big would mean a disastrous election day so president obama turned it up a notch today as he attended a labor day rally in wisconsin and pushed a new $50 billion plan to create jobs by funding major con
somehow things are going to work. >> bill: president obama goes on the offensive against the tea party movement. challenging it to be specific in complicated matters. brit hume and marc lamont hill will take a look at the president's strategy. the president and first lady go to church for only the fourth time for n. his 19 months office. does that matter? and why did he go? ♪ hallelujah. >> i dabbled into witchcraft. i hung around people who were doing these things. >> and should christine o'donnell be held accountable for some dope i can't things she said more than a decade ago? juan and mary katharine on that. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. president obama takes on the tea party. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. front page headline in the "new york times" today says, quote: obama advisers weigh ad assault against the g.o.p. focusing on tea party, unquote. does that mean the president is gearing up for a fight against the populace movement? one pr
to ask. >> thank you for being on "newsmakers." >> thank you. president obama travels to milwaukee tomorrow to talk about the u.s. economy at the latest afl-cio labor day event. follow the people and events that make history online at the c-span video library. the transfer of a canal, the impeachment of a president, the events of 9/11, watched what happened as it happened, all free any time. it is washington your way. now there is a discussion on the midterm elections. speakers include jonah goldberg. it is part of a conference by the american political science association. this portion is just under an hour and a half. [applause] >> thank you, gene. is a pleasure to be here. people are looking for big republican gains in the midterm elections. low approvals of congress, presidential ratings, a bad ratio of what is called the " right track/wrong track" poor economic conditions and poor perceptions of the economy by voters, an advantage by republicans issue-by-issue on each of the issues that are pulled at the moment, which is a dramatic change from two years ago and four years ago,
an economic stink bomb on president obama in the form of an op-ed piece in the "new york times". orszag publicly breaking with the administration. orszag in the column published endorses extending the bush tax cuts for two years. then ending them in 2013. that is not what his now ex-boss president obama supports. president obama wants permanent, not temporary extension of the bush tax cuts for middle class. but wants the bush tax cuts for the richest 2% of america to expire at the end of the year. white house;h spokesperson robert gibbs is pushing back at orszag today saying president obama disagrees. tucker carlson, editor of the daily caller joins us. the plot thickens. good evening. >> great to see you. >> greta: isn't this fun in a political sense? he's heading out the door and he does this? >> this is a big deal. he was not some low level staffer. not a junior coffee bearer writing a tell-all this is the omb director. this is a big deal. >> greta: why? >> he's flatly contradicting essence of the obama economic program when he was essential formulator of that program. he's saying,
on the economic front. an annual report shows poverty levels at the highest in decades. is president obama trying to circumvent the nomination process. and the pope arrives in great britain with a message of traditional values. live from our studio in washington. this is special report. good evening, i'm bret baier. president obama looked to the future today saying he is confident the country will emerge from the current storm, with the stronger economy. but for the average family, that positivity about tomorrow doesn't necessarily translate when bills need to be paid today. chief washington correspondent jim angle looks at the economic situation. >> more signs of a struggling economy today as mortgage lenders repossess more homes in august than any month since the housing market crashed almost three years ago. >> looking at rising foreclosures and the expectation is we're not going to peak until at least the middle of next year. >> reporter: in all banks repossessed more than 95,000 homes last month. up 3% from july and an increase of 25% from august of last year. and some say administration ef
florida voters, are you happy or glad about that 2008 decision? who is glad that barack obama won, raise your hands? who is disappointed? why are you happy and why are you disappointed? you first. >> i'm happy because i am seeing change in my community. a park where there was nothing but gangs and different bad stuff going on is now a beautiful skate park. >> you want change come to my community you can buy 15 condominiums for nothing. >> where is your community? >> in the middle of broward county. >> not a result of barack obama a result of the nature of the economy and problems that were inherited by barack obama. >> i believe he's total disconnect with the people. he's pushing his own agenda, putting policies through in the middle of the night. no one has been reading them. >> even though i didn't vote for obama, when he was elected i prayed that he would be successful. unfortunately, he wasn't. he hasn't accomplished anything since he's again if office. all i see a bad economy. people out of work and no money moving. >> i was happy when he won, even though i didn't vote for him. beca
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